Newly released data shows whites made up 75 percent of PayPal’s executives in 2017, slightly less diverse than average for large Silicon Valley firms.
We’re suing the government for diversity data filed by Silicon Valley companies including PayPal, which has waffled on promises to release its data.
A fan of the electric carmaker who drove his car across the country says he almost crashed a dozen times while driving on autopilot.
Cal/OSHA says it “takes seriously reports of workplace hazards and allegations of employers’ underreporting recordable work-related injuries.”
Rev. Jesse Jackson asks tech companies each year to release basic demographic reports they send to the government. This year he’s turning up the heat.
At a Georgia Goodyear plant, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration fined the company almost $70,000 for seven serious citations.
The cybersecurity company used a controversial workaround to avoid disclosing diversity data after a majority of shareholders voted for disclosure.
“These disturbing reports shined a light on defense contractors putting their workers at risk,” said Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
“Over the past two years, we fell short of our own expectations for safety, and we mourn the loss of valued coworkers,” a Goodyear spokeswoman said.
Most big Silicon Valley tech firms won’t release diversity job data. “They’re probably covering up their dismal record,” Rep. Barbara Lee said.